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    New Bike! Paradox Comp build

    thanks to everyone on here, i've been lurking but all the threads and pics were a huge help in picking my first 29er.

    stock banshee comp build, it weighs 30lbs on the dot as is. I'm looking to put some white and red highlights on it and drop some weight... suggestions welcome

    Manitou Tower Pro fork, 120mm travel, 15mm QR
    Banshee Munro Taper headset
    SRAM X7 front and rear derailleurs
    SRAM X5 shifters
    SRAM X5 crank 22/33/44, 175mm
    SRAM PG-1030 10spd, 11-36t
    Sun Ringle Inferno 27 29 wheelset
    Race Face Evolve riser handlebar
    Race Face Ride stem
    Avid Elixir 3 hydraulic disc brakes and levers, 180mm front/160mm rear G2CS rotor
    SDG Galaxy steel saddle









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    Chingas bye dat blade looks crisp!
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    Looks great! Now go get it dirty.

    And holy-rear-tire-clearance Batman!

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    haha safe bie!

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    Great fork and pretty good components. Check your tire and wheel weight and consider upgrading them first.... especially tires, bet you could trim 100g+ on each tire, maybe a few hundred g on rims (but more $$).
    Figure 454g per pound......it ain't gonna be cheap.
    Cutting that rotating weight will make the biggest difference in bike feel.

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